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Eclipse Sun Sleeves

Eclipse® Sun Sleeves are GREAT for people who need to protect their skin from UV rays while Driving, playing Golf, Gardening or just being outside. They also work well as Compression Sleeves for people with medical issues and injuries.

Quick drying, durable, yet thin and stretchy Eclipse® Sun Slee…

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Noxicare Natural Pain Relief Vitamin B-12

Noxicare™ Natural Pain Relief Vitamin B-12

Studies have reported a significantly higher rate of Vitamin B-12 deficiency in people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) than in people without Multiple Sclerosis (MS), which is suspected to be due to problems with binding and transport of Vitamin B-12 (mea…

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Win a FREE Box of UndiePads - Exp 04-07

Win a FREE Box of UndiePads!

UndiePads.com ReviewThe Pretty, Practical and Pristine Solution to an Age-Old Problem. Protection you can count on!

The average woman owns approximately 21 pairs of underwear, approximately 10% of women own over 35 pairs! I wonder if that is because we are always worried that the dreade…

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Cats and Dogs Recommend IntelliFlora

 My One Cat and Two Dogs Recommend IntelliFlora

All of the furry friends in our home are rescues. That means that along with their cuteness and unconditional love they all came with their own special set of health issues.

 photo b8736fd4-ec4f-402a-b57e-d6c97fa2dbbf.jpgIt started with our cat, Miss Princess BurnOut, who followed my sweetheart …

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Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Connected to Lack of Steroids in the Brain

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Treatment Avenue May Expand with Brain Steroids

Multiple sclerosis might be connected to a lack of steroids in the brain. MS attacks the brain and spinal cord, causing inflammation and damage that can lead to paralysis and sometimes blindness.

The discovery centers on neuroste…

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Snapple and the Meaning of Life

 

Snapple and the Meaning of Life

Snapple Real Facts Caps Lids CollectionI don’t know why but I have been on a Snapple kick lately. Usually I am a water person. Zero Water and Aquafina is my favorite because both have the fluoride removed through reverse osmosis. Kiwi Strawberry has been my flavor of choice. It seems to be impossi…

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Mr Peppys Link LoVe Posts for this Thursday is Fry-Day (09-08-11 Issue)

Mr. Peppy’s Link LoVe Posts for this Thursday is Fry-Day
(Thursday September 8th, 2011 Issue)

Mr. Peppy’s Link LoVe Posts for this Thursday is Fry-DayIt’s almost the weekend and that means it can be really easy to “Fry” what is left of your brain cells! That is why, with a little help from my Futurama friend Mr. Peppy, we have scoured the web to bri…

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Diagnosing Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)How Do I Know It's Really Multiple Sclerosis (MS)?

There is no single test that is proof-positive for diagnosing Multiple Sclerosis (MS). However, there are accepted criteria for making the diagnosis, but even this system is imperfect.

Since diagnosing Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can be very difficult, a…

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Granola Gourmet Energy Bars Giveaway

Created by a Diabetic and his Family Frustrated by a lack of snacks that did not cause a blood sugar spike, but that also tasted good. Tasty and Healthy Physician Endorsed Energy Bars by Granola Gourmet are the perfect solution for many people looking for an alternative to unhealthy eating.

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Stem Cell Transplants Show Promise for Multiple Sclerosis MS

Microscopic view of undifferentiated human embryonic stem cells are seen in a handout photoU.S. researchers have reversed multiple sclerosis symptoms in early stage patients by using bone marrow stem cell transplants to reset the immune system, they said on Thursday.

Some 81 percent of patients in the early phase study showed signs of improvement with the treatment, which used chemotherapy…

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New Multiple Sclerosis Target Identified

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease caused by damage to myelin -- the protective covering wrapped around the nerves of the central nervous system (CNS).

Previous studies have shown that certain white blood (immune) cells, called leukocytes, infiltrate the CNS and play a significant role in causing t…

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Multiple Sclerosis Gene Connection from Women to Offspring

A new study has shown that women pass on the multiple sclerosis (MS) gene more commonly than men to their offspring. The team analyzed DNA of more than 7,000 people and found that women were also more likely to pass on the gene to female relatives. This may explain why women are up to three times mo…

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